The resignation of one of the first supporters of trump’s election has continued a series of rearrangements in the team of the President
Another key employee of the White house leaves his work in a series of ongoing rearrangements in the team of people responsible for national security.
Press Secretary of the national security Council, Michael Anton, who was one of the first to support trump’s candidacy in the presidential elections, said Sunday that goes with this post, to do teaching and writing work.
“I will always be grateful to President Trump for the opportunity to serve my country and implement his agenda,” said Anton.
A White house spokesman announced that the President called Anton to thank him for his work, saying that he will miss him.
Anton was one of the most active supporters of the policy of trump’s “America first”. He often performed on television, engaging in sparring with reporters and even-minded conservatives who have expressed doubts about the motives of the President.
Anton is leaving his post the day before the entry of the former US Ambassador to the UN John Bolton to the post of adviser to the Ladder on national security, replacing Herbert McMaster.